Cab Drivers Push Back Against Uber and Lyft Ridesharing Companies

Online ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft are facing several unfair competition class action lawsuits from various taxi and limousine drivers in the a number of cities including Albuquerque and Atlanta. Uber and Lyft are San Francisco based ridesharing companies with a… Read More »

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CVS Caremark Fails to Get Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit Dismissed

One of CVS Health’s units, Caremark, is the latest company to face charges alleging unpaid overtime and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations. According to the FLSA, hourly employees (non-exempt) are entitled to overtime once they pass eight hours a day, or 40… Read More »

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Contractors Hit Animation Studios with Wage Class Action Lawsuit

The alleged collusion between tech giants and extended to animation houses has spurred an all-new independent contractor wage class action lawsuit that places a special emphasis on those workers who are not considered full-time employees. Both in Silicon Valley and down the Highway… Read More »

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Fibroid Removal: Knowing the Cancer Risks

Morcellation, a popular fibroid removal surgical method, has recently come under fire for allegedly spreading cancer, and many women are seeking alternative forms of treatment for fibroids. Uterine fibroids are benign tumors that develop in the smooth layer of a woman’s uterus.... Read More »

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What is Stomach Stapling?

Morbid obesity is a rampant health concern for United States health officials, with the number increasing almost daily. Patients across the country look for different ways to achieve weight loss from dieting to plastic surgery. But in lieu of this search some... Read More »

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California Tainted Sushi Rice Class Action Lawsuit Investigation

Who's Affected A class action lawsuit has been filed against a California sushi rice distributor accused of selling contaminated rice to California businesses that allegedly contains non-rice ingredients such as insects, bird and rat poop, and black mold. If you own a... Read More »

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Foot Locker Wants Personal Information Class Action Tossed

Foot Locker Retail, Inc. wants a class action lawsuit thrown out, which alleges the retailer illegally collected and stored customer information, arguing that there is no evidence in the lawsuit that the personal information was ever recorded. The Foot Locker class action… Read More »

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Norfolk Southern Hit With Asbestos Lung Cancer Lawsuit

An Ohio man filed an asbestos lung cancer lawsuit against a former employer over asbestos exposure. His asbestos cancer lawsuit alleges that his former employer, Norfolk Southern Railway, exposed him and other employees to asbestos, leading to long-term health consequences. Plaintiff Jeffrey Hall... Read More »

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General Motors Files Motion to Delay GM Ignition Switch Lawsuits

General Motors has asked the judge overseeing the GM ignition switch lawsuits to hold off on discovery, pending the progress on another GM lawsuit, related to its 2009 bankruptcy. General Motors is currently facing GM lawsuits on several fronts. First and foremost, the iconic American... Read More »

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Lipitor Lawsuit Alleges Drug Caused Diabetes

A woman alleges that drug maker Pfizer's popular cholesterol drug, Lipitor, caused her to develop type-2 diabetes. The Lipitor diabetes lawsuit was filed jointly by plaintiff Peggy Sanders and her husband. The lawsuit alleges that Sanders developed type-2 diabetes by taking Lipitor, that Pfizer... Read More »

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Dilantin Stevens Johnson Syndrome Side Effect Connection Examined

Dilantin (phenytopin) is a well-known anti-seizure medication that is prescribed to patients with various forms of epilepsy, especially tonic-clonic or grand mal seizures and complex partial seizures. Dilantin was initially approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1939, and has... Read More »

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